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The Iranian Resistance: A New Factor in Iran Policy

Shahin Gobadi 

Debate over the Iran nuclear agreement notwithstanding, the international community should be ready to turn its attention to the larger question of what the correct policy is for dealing with Iran in general. While there is growing consensus on the both sides of the Atlantic about the need to take the worsening threat of the Iranian regime head on, there is some disagreement about the right way to do it, and about the threat of escalating tensions.

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Iran's Free Economic Zones, or the Seven-Headed Corruption Monster

by Mahmoud Hakamian

There are currently 3000 shell companies that have registered their headquarters in the country’s free economic zones for tax evasion purposes, says Kamel Taghavinejad, head of regime’s Tax Admission Organization.

In an earlier article titled “Dana’s special report on strange events in the country’s free economic zones”, state-run Rah-e-Dana website reports on “shell companies’ dominance in unmonitored areas” and “import of more than $2 billion worth of goods in one year through free zones without paying customs duties.” (State-run Rah-e-Dana website, July 21, 2016)

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Iran: Tower Block Building, a Tunnel for Regime's Theft

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Geographically speaking, Tehran is located in a valley surrounded by mountains on three sides. In the meantime, officials and bands within the regime have through building high-rises prevented the city from breathing; first by eradicating Tehran’s northern gardens to make room for new buildings, and then by erecting tower blocks in gardens’ places, thereby preventing airflow in the city.

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A News Report and All This Fear Inside Iranian Regime!

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Following recent remarks made by the US Secretary of Defense James Mattis based on the importance of regime change in Iran, we have been witnessing extreme reactions from the Iranian regime. Why?

For two reasons Mattis’ remarks are nothing normal:

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The Catastrophic Destruction of Industries and Mines in Iran

By Mahmoud Hakamian
 
Iran’s economic crisis has become catastrophic. The most important characteristic feature of this economic disaster is the recession, and consequently, srising unemployment of the young generation and the workforce, which has shown its immense impact in unprecedented loss of life.

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